Go behind-the-scenes with Phoebe Cheong as she captures the very best of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
Jackson McKeehan’s Boyswear kicks us off with a rollicking ride of 70s silhouettes and bold multi-ethnically inspired prints: usual suspects such as flowers and mountains, mixed with not-so-usual dancing goats!
West Coast-based CWST brought us a rich interplay of harsh lines and soft, corrugated textures, in a monochromatic palette of black, white, and navy blue.
David Hart introduced us to a new, trippier type of dandy, with colors and patterns inspired by the Bauhaus movement, and must-have bichromatic spectacles.
Amidst a backdrop of buzzing blue fluorescent lights, GarciaVelez presents relaxed daytime suits in bold shades of blue, green, and yellow, with accents of orange and muted papaya.
With a model cast featuring favorites like Abiah Hostvedt and Piero Mendez, Plac brings us the ultimate squad of urban cool kids dressed in updated classics.
Photography / Phoebe Cheong